I am a bit unclear on exactly what they are looking for over at AMI. I
am big FT fan as well and aside from the eight radio LP's that David
Lennick mentioned is there something else they are trying to locate?
Matt Sohn wrote:
>> This came across on the Association of Moving Image archivists email
>> list and I thought the ARSC and Ampex list members might be able to
>> help out. I know there are Old-Time-Radio lists and while Firesign
>> Theatre is not Old-Old-Time, it's getting on to forty years old...so
>> if there are other lists out there, please forward. This is a shame
>> that this wasn't saved. I know we can't save everything, but...
>> For those unfamiliar with Firesign Theatre, I first heard them in
>> 1969 and found their humour and satire amazing--but I only know them
>> through their released recordings.
> I was just listening to "Shakespeare's Lost Comedie" the other day.
> I love the Firesign Theater so much that I've named all my hard drives
> after characters from their records.
> I had the privilege to see them live on their 25th anniversary tour,
> and still have my souvenier pickle and brown paper bag to prove it.
> Hard to believe that was 15 years ago..
> -Matt "He's no fun, he fell right over" Sohn